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What you need to know about chlorine electron configurations

Chemistry and physics aside, chlorine is a gas with two main constituents, chlorine dioxide and chlorine thiosulfate.They’re both very stable in the atmosphere.But, like many gases, they have some properties that vary in different situations.For example, when water is heated to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit (185 degrees Celsius), it becomes highly reactive, producing chlorine dioxide.When […]

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Titanium Electron Configuration: The Definitive Guide

Electronic circuit board manufacturers have been pushing to create ultra-compact components, such as “titania” (the word for a “tough, tough” type of transistor) and “pico” (a type of semiconductor).However, these “titoans” are not exactly the same as their silicon counterparts.The difference lies in the way the electrons are arranged in the crystal structure of the […]

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